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THE VOICE OF THE WELLNESS COMMUNITY

ENHANCE YOUR COMPETENCY IN MULTICULTURAL WELLNESS

GET TRAINED IN MULTICULTURALISM
TO LEAD THE CHANGE

This first-of-its-kind training is a 12-week online course designed to equip participants to be leaders in cultivating a culture of high-level wellness for all.

Created by multicultural experts, Multicultural Competency in Wellness provides participants with the fundamental knowledge and applicable tools to deliver multicultural competency compliance, policies, policies, procedures, assessments, and programming to create an all-inclusive wellness strategy. 

The program incorporates the National Wellness Institute’s world-renowned Six Dimensions of Wellness. The course is for worksite wellness practitioners, health and wellness coaches, consultants, clinicians, public health professionals, health educators, government officials, faculty/teachers, HR leaders, community wellness and non-profit leaders, diversity/inclusion/equity officers, and benefits/total rewards specialists. 

 

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This course begins August 10, 2020. Use Promo Code NWI to get this incredible deal! 

The Mission of the National Wellness Institute (NWI) Multicultural Competency Committee is to support NWI with increasing inclusiveness by advancing multicultural competency within wellness best practices, and to assist with the development of knowledge, awareness, and skills to deliver equitable and culturally appropriate programs and services for wellness practitioners, organizations, underserved populations, and communities.

The Goals of the Multicultural Competency Committee include:
  • Foster inclusiveness to advance multicultural competency within comprehensive wellness best practices and service delivery.
  • Systematically integrate diversity and multicultural competency within the operations and programmatic structure of NWI.
  • Develop initiatives, programs and continuing education focused on diversity and wellness to address differences related to: race, ethnicity, class, gender, age, country of origin, culture, political, religious and other affiliations, language, sexual orientation, as well as physical and cognitive abilities and other human differences.

Wellness is considered to be an active process of becoming aware of and learning to make choices (healthy choices) that lead toward a longer and more successful existence. 

– National Wellness Institute definition

Multicultural Wellness Wheel

High-Level Wellness Through Multicultural Competency: Cultivating a Culture of Wellness for All

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Course Starts August 10, 2020!

Use Promo Code NWI to get  this incredible deal!